February 18, 2014 Emma Sandberg, an award-winning, eighteen year-old violinist, performed a concert for the staff of Ave Maria Radio today. Emma, who has been playing violin since the age of three, received Third Prize at her first international competition in the Czech Republic in
February 11, 2014 Fr. John Rocus of Holy Spirit Church near Brighton, Michigan, celebrated an 8:30 am Mass this morning in Thanksgiving for the work of Ave Maria Radio. Fr. Rocus and the parishioners at his church took up a collection during Ave Maria Radio’s
February 10, 2014 Ave Maria Radio hosts, Al Kresta and Teresa Tomeo, broadcast their programs live from the 2014 Legatus Conference held in Orlando, Florida. Below, “Talk From the Heart” host Al Kresta talks with Erin Mersino, an Attorney with the Thomas More Law Center,
January 30-February 3, 2014 Al Kresta broadcasted “Kresta in the Afternoon” live from sunny southwest Florida, including stops at Ave Maria University, Ave Maria School of Law and St. Raphael Catholic Church in Lehigh Acres. Below are several photos from his visit to the area.
Naples Daily News January 29, 2014 Al Kresta, broadcaster, journalist and author, will speak at Ave Maria School of Law on Monday, February 3 at 12:30 p.m. in the St. Thomas More Commons, 1025 Commons Circle, Vineyards Campus, Naples. The topic of his presentation will
January 15, 2014 Based on a true story that centers on 16-year-old Agnes “Apple” Bailey, the film “Gimme Shelter” uncovers her struggle for survival and the hope of redemption through the harsh realities of life on the streets. As a pregnant teenager, Apple’s journey plummets
Scripture tells us only God knows the desires of our hearts. It was, after all, God who placed them there because they are designed to lead us to His will for our lives. Why, then, is it so challenging at times to figure out if
Catholic World News January 6, 2014 In recent days, federal courts have issued injunctions barring enforcement of the HHS mandate, which compels most employers to offer insurance that covers contraception, sterilization, and some abortifacients. Retired law professor Howard Fineman noted on the Religion Clause blog
Religion Clause January 3, 2014 As previously reported, on New Years Eve, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor granted Little Sisters of the Poor an emergency temporary injunction blocking enforcement against them of the Affordable Care Act contraceptive coverage accommodation for religious non-profits. The federal
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